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Consult the latest scientific articles from IDIAPJGol

Compilation of the latest publications in scientific journals by our researchers or with their collaboration.

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The prizes of the first call for grants for research projects in Primary Care are awarded

 

Twelve professionals have received these grants today from the Catalan Health Institute and the IDIAP Jordi Gol Primary Care Research Institute, with funds from the Lleida Provincial Council.

A scholarship of 20,000 euros and ten scholarships of 3,000 euros have been awarded with the aim of improving the quality of research in the field of Primary Care.

 

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Registration open for the online course of Emotional Ventilation

In the framework of the Mestral project, led by IDIAPJGol with the collaboration of the ICS and the Galatea Foundation, and funded by the Department of Health (PERIS), we are launching a new online course aimed at the referents of emotional and community well-being (RBEC) for delve into the contents of the session guide of the emotional ventilation program, indications for putting it into practice, and relevant information about the scope of the research study.

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Five IDIAPJGol researchers, recognized in the 2022 COMB Excellence Awards

The Barcelona College of Physicians (CoMB) has awarded the Professional Excellence Awards to 51 doctors and four healthcare teams from the Barcelona regions who have stood out for their excellence and quality professional activity. Among the winners, five researchers from the IDIAPJGol: Rafael Azagra, Josep Casajuana, Laura Conangla, Francesc Orfila i Maria José Pérez.

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Second training session of Fundanet, new research management software that we are implementing

Next Thursday, December 15 at 10 a.m., the second training session on Fundanet will take place. During it, it will be explained how to manage project purchases.
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A study carried out in more than 750 healthcare professionals confirms that antibodies are maintained 17 months after suffering from COVID-19

  • Research has also confirmed that people who suffered from the disease in a severe form generate more antibodies than those who had moderate and mild effects
  • The results of the study show significant differences in the generation of antibodies between men and women on day 30 of infection and for all the antibodies measured
  • This is one of the largest studies that has been carried out so far in Catalonia, both in terms of the volume of participants and the duration of the follow-up

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